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Genie Singtime Frolics 2013 (Pac. NW camp March 22-24) (23) RE: Singtime Frolics 2013 (Pac. NW camp March 22-24) 07 Jan 13


Singtime Frolics Workshops, Workshop Type Descriptions .

SHORT DESCRIPTIONS OF COMMON WORKSHOP TYPES
(C) Song circle. Take turns sharing (performing or leading) songs. Facilitator usually starts things off, then exerts minimal control.

(S) Sing-along. Group singing workshop (with or without instrumental backup).

(T) Taught. Leader teaches some information or techniques and/or songs, often with printed lyric/chord or informational sheets.

(I) Instructional. Demonstration & practice of vocal or instrumental technique, dance, songwriting, etc., with some ‘hands-on’ practice by participants.

(J)Jam session. Instrumental or instrumental with vocal. Unstructured, except tunes/songs chosen with an eye to the group playing/singing along.

(L)Lecture/demonstration. Lecture, forum, discussion, and/or demonstration but without active group participation in singing, dancing, or playing instruments.

(P) Performance. A mini-concert given by the presenter(s).

Note re the Workshop Description Codes:
A given workshop may share several of the descriptions. E.g.,   "T, S" would mean the presenter selects and/or teaches many of the songs and everyone is encouraged to sing on all of them.    "T, J," would be pretty much the same thing except everyone is encouraged to play their instruments on all songs. "I, S," would mean something was taught for the purpose of group singing (e.g., a harmony workshop).


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